Android Section Editor for MakeUseOf; Web developer; nerd. Apart from writing at MakeUseOf, you can also find him at Playboard, PCWorld, and at his own cubbyhole at tweets.
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Erez's Latest Posts
I’ve been told there is a world outside. It has trees, they say, and birds. I found some apps to help me recognize those “birds” should I ever venture out.
Recording a decent video of your smartphone is not always easy. It can sometimes be done via software, but often, you’ll get the best results with a proper camera and the right setup.
How about a $450 smartphone with a 5-inch screen? Or actually, how about a $450 smartphone that knocks the socks off $600 handsets? If that sounds like a compelling notion, you should meet the Xiaomi Mi3.
Your phone is always in your pocket, making it the ideal notepad… With the right app, that is.
This week classic game Osmos is on sale, as well as an image editor that’s one of the best you can get on a phone or tablet today.
Managing files is super-boring. Copy, move, delete, blah. And Windows Explorer is no good at it. You’re wasting your time!
This week we have a game set in ancient Japan, a starkly modern puzzle, and a music-making app!
Writing a journal is not the only way to keep a running record of your life. You’d be surprised.
The Sony Xperia Z1 Compact is a different take on what a small Android phone should look, feel, and cost like.
Do you use a complicated password for your Wi-Fi network? You should. But sharing your connection with friends shouldn’t be a pain. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.
This week we have no less than three music-making apps, but also a famous tower offense title that you simply have to buy.
It sometimes feels as though half of the apps on Google Play are launchers. But this one is different – I promise.
This week we have a unique weather app, a creepily alien platformer, and a couple of Square Enix games.
In many ways, this is an Android developer’s dream. So what does it feel like?
Your wallpaper is the face of your phone, so it better be good.